ONE MORE DAY of The Ice Book!
Sunday December 16, 2012
For this added day, no prepayment is necessary, but we do recommend reserving seats ahead of time. Performance times:
1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30
To reserve a seat, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone our front desk (561) 297-0226. Leave a message if no one answers. We'll need to know your name, your phone and email address, your requested performance time and how many seats you would like to reserve. We will get back to you as soon as possible to confirm your reservation.
If you do not make a reservation ahead of time, just come on Sunday. We will accommodate those who do not have reservations as best we can!
Price for admission: $15. If you can donate more above that, it is greatly
The Icebook is a pop-up book that comes to life, as if by magic, in front of your eyes. It could possibly be the smallest live performance in the world, a three-dimensional cinema made from paper and light. Each page unfolds into an animated miniature world, telling the story of a princess who lures a boy into the forest to warm her heart of ice.
British artists Davy and Kristin McGuire sweep you into the heart of this fantasy world through performances for only a dozen people at a time. In the intimate setting of the Jaffe Center for Book Arts, these performances will begin in the Print Studio with a brief presentation of wintry artists' books from our permanent collection. From there, each audience of ten will move on to the totally darkened Jaffe Book Arts Gallery for The Icebook experience. Total time for each performance is about 40 minutes. The Icebook is suitable for ages 10 and above.
Davy and Kristin McGuire are an award winning director/designer couple whose projects range from music videos, animation films and installations to live theater shows, dance performances, video projections and everything in between. Their client list includes Cirque de Soleil, Canal+, The Guillemots, Partizan and Aardman. Their productions have been televised in Japan and on Canal+ in France. The Icebook has been performed to sold out audiences throughout Europe and in India. Their performances at the Jaffe Center for Book Arts are the North American debut of this fantastic work, and in 2013 the McGuires plan to take it to Japan and Australia.
We are grateful to the following generous sponsors of our presentation of The Icebook. Sponsorship oportunities still available; if you would like to join this group of fine companies, please contact John Cutrone.